|Ed Wynn Show - 1950|
Ed Wynn Show - 1950
Keywords: classic tv; Ed Wynn Show; 3 stooges
|Ed Wynn Show - 1932 OTR|
Ed Wynn hosted a popular radio show for most of the 1930s, heard in North America on Tuesday nights, sponsored by Texaco gasoline. He was often seen wearing a fireman's helmet, as the "Texaco Fire Chief". During this time, Wynn was offered the part of The Wizard in MGM's adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, but he turned down the role. The part later went to Frank Morgan. Wynn founded his own short-lived radio network, the Amalgamated Broadcasting System, which lasted only five weeks in 1933...
Keywords: Ed Wynn Show; OTR; Old Time Radio
Downloads: 4,041 (1 review)
|The Fire Chief (The Ed Wynn Show) 15 Eps|
(15 Episodes) 1930s THE FIRE CHIEF * Starring Ed Wynn (Isaiah Edwin Leopold - November 9, 1886 to June 19, 1966) The humour/comedy in this program did not only come from the lips of Ed Wynn, it came from his mind as well; Ed wrote all of his own scripts. * def gp ddh
Keywords: The Fire Chief; The Ed Wynn Show; OTR; Old Time Radio; Comedy; 1930s
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - Outtakes|
"The Ed Wynn Show" only aired live in a few areas...elsewhere it aired as a kinescope several weeks later. The 25/February/1950 episode featured a goof. It was decided to re-shoot the bit and edit it into the kinescope. Here are those takes.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; The Ed Wynn Show; Ed Wynn; 1950s; Fifties; Early Television
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - 6 October 1949|
An episode of the early television comedy series "The Ed Wynn Show". His special guest in this episode is Mel Tormé. The episode also features Belita. Complete with what is probably the longest commercial of 1949 (excluding "The Roar of the Rails", but that's another story).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Early Television; 1940s TV; 1940s Television; The Ed Wynn Show; Ed Wynn; Mel Torme
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - 25 February 1950|
A very low-brow episode of "The Ed Wynn Show". Not one of his better episodes. Studio version of episode, runs longer than intended run-time (and features several goofs). His guests are Elsa Lanchester, and Reginald Gardner.
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Ed Wynn; The Ed Wynn Show; Elsa Lanchester; Reginald Gardner
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - 13 October 1949|
An episode of the early television comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". His special guest is Dinah Shore, who sings "Blues In the Night" and "Tea for Two". Also appearing is dancer Miriam LaVelle in her only known television appearance. Contains the original commercials for Speidel watch-bands.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Early Television; 1940s; 40s; 1940s TV; 1940s Television; The Ed Wynn Show; Ed Wynn; Dinah Shore
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - 14 January 1950|
An episode of "The Ed Wynn Show", an early television comedy-variety series. This episode features special guests Olga San Juan and Howard Duff. Includes the original 1950 commercials for Camel cigarettes.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Comedy; Variety series; Ed Wynn; The Ed Wynn Show; Early Television; Olga San Juan; Howard Duff
|The Ed Wynn show, 1950|
1950 episode of CBS Network's 'The Ed Wynn show' with original Camel commercials. Ed's guests are Helen Forrest, The Three Stooges and William Frawley. This entry was broadcast live March 11, 1950 on the west coast. The Ed Wynn show was the first network series to be aired live on the west coast and have the kinescopes shipped east, where they would air a couple of weeks later. The kinescope of this shown was seen on the east coast March 25, 1950...
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950's; Fifties; Variety; Vaudeville; show; Ed Wynn show; The Three Stooges; Helen Forrest; William Frawley; Camel; CBS; Live; Kinescope
Downloads: 12,218 (3 reviews)
|''The Ed Wynn Show'' - 20 October 1949|
An episode of "The Ed Wynn Show", a series from the early years of television. His guest in this episode is Victor Moore, along with The Merry Macs. Some of the humor is dated, but despite that I feel this episode still maintains entertainment value. I hope this video plays back OK....
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; The Ed Wynn Show; Ed Wynn; Victor Moore; Early television; 1940s TV; 1940s television; 1940s; 1949; Kinescope; CBS